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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximiliano View Post
    By the way, "How are you?" is "Kumustakayo?" in Ilokano.
    Wow. They managed to squeeze the whole sentence in one word.... That has to be a difficult language to learn.

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    It might be that in our alphabet its written together... But maybe in them its separated.. Like "Kumus-t-akayo(?"
    Hehehehe I guess it depends on their way of writing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matiasc View Post
    It might be that in our alphabet its written together... But maybe in them its separated.. Like "Kumus-t-akayo(?"
    Hehehehe I guess it depends on their way of writing it.
    Haha your guess is as good as mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximiliano View Post
    By the way, "How are you?" is "Kumustakayo?" in Ilokano.

    Funny, I can find some common roots with spanish in this greeting.

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    I suppose it is harder to do the DTP for an Ilokano file, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by santiagop View Post
    Funny, I can find some common roots with spanish in this greeting.
    Really? Please do share. Where are the common roots?

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    "¿Kumu staka?"
    "¿Como estas?"

    Hahahahhahahaha
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    hahaha... brilliant minds we have in this forum!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amayo View Post
    Really? Please do share. Where are the common roots?
    "Kumustakayo" in Spanish is "¿Cómo estás tú?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by santiagop View Post
    "Kumustakayo" in Spanish is "¿Cómo estás tú?"
    You have a true gift Santiago!

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